Sean Dyche’s Burnley home form claim amid Turf Moor Premier League goal struggles


Sean Dyche is adamant that Burnley will be productive at Turf Moor in terms of points and in front of goal after a slow start to the Premier League campaign.

The Clarets sit 18th in the top flight with three points after the weekend’s draw with fellow strugglers Norwich City.

Burnley have picked up two points at home so far and scored just twice at their own stadium in the Premier League this campaign.

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In terms of firepower at the top end of the pitch, Burnley have Chris Wood, Ashley Barnes, Jay Rodriguez and Matej Vydra to call upon in the striking department in arguably their most well stocked area of the squad.

Burnley are still seeking their first win at Turf Moor in the top flight this campaign, having sat 17th in the home form table last season, but in a more promising 11th during the 2019/20 campaign with eight victories.

But Dyche is adamant that his team will click at home and bring in results, especially with the strikers on the books at Turf Moor, and is confident that, like last season, their campaign will pick up after a slow start.

“Stats and facts and all that, the last one doesn’t guarantee the next one, I’m well aware of that, we’ve shown over many years we can be productive, and I believe we will be again, and we will find ways to score goals,” Dyche said.

“We have four very good strikers in my opinion and we will find goals.

“We had a slow start last season and then picked up quite strongly, and it’s important we do that again.

“But the belief in the way the players are playing is there, I think they showed that again, but we have to find that cutting edge quite obviously.”

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